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Showing Stories from 9th May 2018 to 19th June 2018
(19/06/18) 'Optimism' for future of Finn's Law (15/06/18) Minimum unit pricing bill clears first parliamentary hurdle (15/06/18) Government backs Finn's law (15/06/18) Hooligans blocked from going to World Cup (11/06/18) Hillsborough six make bid to stay prosecutions (11/06/18) 'Mindless thugs' leave five Met officers injured in Tommy Robinson protest (11/06/18) Labour calls for safe standing decision to be made by clubs, supporters and police (08/06/18) Birthday Honours: Ex-football PC among federated rank winners (08/06/18) Miners' Strike policing review announced for Scotland (05/06/18) Chief who coordinated Miners' Strike mutual aid dies (05/06/18) Potential troublemakers hit by World Cup elimination (03/06/18) Treat age and gender hate crime like race, says review (01/06/18) PC in court over use of police dog (30/05/18) Public Order Digest out now (May) (30/05/18) Blunt knives to save lives says swansong judge
Welfare and mutual aid issues marred Royal Wedding operation

Welfare and mutual aid issues marred Royal Wedding operation

(30/05/18) 'Welfare should never be an afterthought'.

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TVP and Hampshire dog unit to be slashed

TVP and Hampshire dog unit to be slashed

(29/05/18) Reduction given the go ahead despite outrage from public and policing community.

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(25/05/18) Plan to disband historic mounted unit scrapped (24/05/18) Thornton: Plan is in place to tackle large-scale riots (22/05/18) Police officers applauded by Royal Wedding crowd (22/05/18) Royal Wedding protected by drone-seizing devices (22/05/18) Leicestershire Police may have 'missed opportunities' to prevent acid attack (21/05/18) Beefed up public order training includes psychology (19/05/18) Force ready for Royal Wedding operation (18/05/18) New MoD police chief confirmed (10/05/18) Viable pipe bomb was 'undoubtedly intended to harm police officers' (10/05/18) More than 2000 football fans wrongly picked out by facial recognition (09/05/18) Plans for new sentencing guidelines in wake of surging public order offences
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